Dina JSR fashioned her Spring 2013 compilation very much like a symphony: Antique-style metallic gowns burst into brilliant dresses of sunshine yellow and apple green floral print. The chorus of patterns seen in the designer’s third dress collection were the result of impeccable arrangement inspired by musical composition, poetry and architectural work of Santiago Calatrava. Aesthetical reference to structure was evident to the world of JSR, whose latest designs fixated on building fashion through engineered folds and spirals. Gowns could be described as equivocal to a winding staircase. Low-cut backs opened modestly, evoking a classic appeal which was created modern with just the right amount of versatility. Structured columns featured back trains and bursts of sparkle embroidery on a corseted bodice which shone in fluid pastels. An asymmetrical neckline softened up with lavender floral print which was also seen on a square neck, retro bubble-skirt number. The collection’s transition from sensational gowns to sheath style dresses demonstrating eclectic compilations of fabric and style. Floor-length skirts were slit front to side, leaving heels to take center stage.The JSR woman and a red carpet queen are never far apart. Every luminous gown summons a cultivated tale of charm and golden elegance.